Draq as he appeared in F-Zero GX
|Occupation||Super Fan, Racer|
|First Appeared||F-Zero X|
|Later Appeared|| F-Zero GX|
F-Zero Legend of Falcon
Draq is self-proclaimed as one of the largest F-Zero fans of all time, both in the traditional and physical senses respectively. His full name is Bellonngian Draquillie, derived from his alien race. He works in the intergalactic transportation business along with Roger Buster. Growing tired of standing by as a mere spectator to these great races, Draq eventually struck it big when him and Roger happened upon two shipped machines with no return address or clear ownership indication. Draq eagerly took to this opportunity without hesitation and convinced his pal Roger that they should use this pair of machines to enter the F-Zero Grand Prix together since it will no doubt alert the original owners at some point(it's obvious that Draq suggested this just for the sake of finally being able to enter a race, but no one holds it against him). With Draq taking control of the Mighty Typhoon and Roger the Mighty Hurricane, this towering super-fan is determined to take home the gold for himself and his long-time friend and remains truly confident in regards to this goal(thanks to his rigorous and sturdy training regiment consisting of F-Zero simulation computer games on the SNES?...).
 F-Zero X
In the second console-based installment of the F-Zero franchise, Draq entered the series with a very level-headed and flatteringly modest attitude despite his fierce ambition at the height of his lifelong fandom. He's barely ever caught bragging or in any boastful light whatsoever, staying true to the "appearances can be deceiving" saying.
 F-Zero GX
In the most recent console-based title, Draq's overall personality barely waned even after he adopted a deep, gravelly voice. He's as humble as ever regarding his place in the races yet will compliment his abilities where it is needed. As indicated by his F-Zero TV interview answers, Draq looks up to Captain Falcon as his lifelong role model and takes part in racing video games on a regular basis as part of his strict training for this dangerous yet overly exciting sport.
 F-Zero Climax
Due to the lack of an actual storyline, besides being based off of the finale to F-Zero Falcon Legend(character-wise), Draq reenters the roster with an all-around machine harbouring balanced stats, yet it's noticably bigger than Roger's Mighty Hurricane, which stems from the Mighty Typhoon's enhanced strength stat.
 F-Zero Legend of Falcon
In the anime adaptation, Draq reappears as Roger's close friend and collegue in the transportation industry, yet is depicted as rather aggressive and selfish, completely opposing his previous incarnations as a quiet, gentle giant. In the first episode he is introduced in, he attempts to win a rigged race for the sake of his own glory, something the original Draq would have never even considered.